Catholics Now Have a Great Reason to bring their Smartphones and Tablets to Church

Cantcha, Inc. has released two new platforms for the highly acclaimed Catholic iMissal mobile application just in time for Lent and Easter. Now Kindle Fire and Windows Phone owners can enjoy the same application that has been a Catholic top seller on Apple, Android, and Blackberry devices.

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“With the addition of Kindle Fire and Windows Phone we now reach all of the most popular mobile devices,” remarks Grant Stewart, Co-Founder of Cantcha, Inc. “We will continue to add innovative features that will add value for our customers.”

Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) February 24, 2012

Cantcha, Inc. has released two new platforms for the highly acclaimed Catholic iMissal mobile application just in time for Lent and Easter. Now Kindle Fire and Windows Phone owners can enjoy the same application that has been a Catholic top seller on Apple, Android, and Blackberry devices.

The iMissal application is a suite of Catholic apps all rolled into one. Some of the key features include:

  •     A complete Missal including the new Mass translation, with all texts approved by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. It includes all Mass Readings for every liturgical cycle, Order of Mass, and Daily Mass audio and video.
  •     My Daily Bread contains unique Bible verses for every day of the year with beautiful artwork. It allows users to save favorites, use keyword searches and share favorites by email and Facebook.
  •     The Prayers section includes a large collection of the most popular Catholic prayers that can be shared by email or Facebook with family and Friends.

Cantcha Inc. is a developer of mobile and web based applications with a goal of providing simple and elegant software solutions.

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    david.mcintyre@cantcha.com
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